Glenn Addington

Glenn Addington
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I am an American, former Viet Nam veteran, and a Christian, living in East Tennessee. I am now retired and am pursuing a writing career. I would welcome writing assignments.
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Recent pages by Glenn Addington

The account of blind Bartimaeus, and what his determination to be healed by Jesus made him do.
The unthinkable statement of Jeremiah 3:16 is a prediction of the obsolescence of the Old covenant and a prediction of a new one.
Facing a New Year, we may decide to do things in the usual fashion. If you are searching for a strategy or game plan, here is one that might work for you.
Answering the questions regarding the Magi, and notes on their visit, Matthew 2:1-12.
A recommendation to buy ornaments for a Christmas tree from visited places which show the year purchased.
A comparison of scripture with the tenets of Calvinism, along with related discussions.
An evaluation of the unfairness of Jesus' crucifixion, and the incredible result.
Though there were other symbols used in early Christianity, the symbol of the cross is most prevalent. Why might this be so?
God reminded His people that some of His actions were based on His continued appreciation of King David's faithfulness. This is a call for our continued faithfulness.
Jesus discusses the slave-master situation, and draws a comparison to our service to God. Though we fall far short of perfection, we are still greatly rewarded.
"...endured the cross, despising the shame" could be confusing. Here is an explanation.
A short evaluation and recommendation of the October car show in Hershey, PA.
Thoughts based on the book title, "Who Put Jesus On The Cross?"
Romans 13:1-7 has been used to declare that Christians have the responsibility to obey civil governments and civil law blindly, without thought, in spite of how much at variance those laws or governments may be with Biblical principles. It is time for a different perspective on this p...
Confusion regarding two passages of scripture; proper understanding comes through the verses following both cases.
A description of the fascinating American Clock and Watch Museum in Bristol, Connecticut.
There are 4 different ways in which the shepherds who were given the news of the birth of Jesus were the first.
Going to each book of the Bible and reading the 3:16 passage [in those books which have three chapters that are long enough to have 16 verses] is revealing, and a delightful exercise.
A study of the archaeological finds in the last 150 years has substantially proven the trustworthiness of events, places, people, and customs found in the Bible.
Various considerations in regard to the credibility of the New Testament gospels.
One of the most amusing events of my hitch hiking days
A challenge to those who believe that they are past being forgiven by God.
Reviewing the prayers of the apostle Paul as he prays for those in the churches he is writing to
Thoughts on our usage of words, and recommendations for their best usage
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